Imago Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... views over the glacier and get you within meters of the terminal face where the ice is cracking and falling. Despite the freezing cold air we could have spent hours just standing and watching this magnificent glacier in action. We had met a young English couple on our bus the day earlier and unsurprisingly we all found ourselves at the glacier. We stood with them for a while waiting for a massive piece of ice to fall and eventually ...
... beautiful, cloudless, sunny; a perfect day to witness one of natures wonders. A few fun facts about the glacier is that is one of the worlds few glaciers that is growing, not receding. It is also one of the worlds largest glaciers outside of the polar regions. The glacier is always advancing at 1 to 2 meters per day, an astonishing rate, which provides with some amazing glacial breaks, a sound that is the epiphany of your day. The pictures don't do justice of the vastness of ...
... trek on the ice tomorrow is no doubt going to be even colder.
At 7am the next day we got on our tour bus and headed to the Parque Nacional Los Glaciers. The sun rises here at around 8am, so whilst it was dark when we first got on the bus and started picking people up from their hotels, by the time we were on the open road and driving along the lake the sun was rising. Before our walk on the ice we were taken to a view point at ...
... most comfortable ride (but I still somehow managed to fall asleep - seriously what on earth) but it was nice to see El Chalten and the Fitz Roy fade away into the distance. We left all civilisation and were out in the middle of a desert when the truck started to slow down, and eventually pull over and stop. ****, we thought, we're going to die! How stupid are we, should've just taken the bus!-we cried. Luckily we were overreacting. The guys jumped out and fiddled around in ...
... we arrived at the ranch, we got a nice breakfast before we jumped on top of the horses and started our strip. It was a beautiful but very very windy day. I have to say that the further we got the more I enjoyed the ride and the amizing view and endless country side. I met some nice Aussies and Argentinians and we had a great time. It turned out that I was the only one in the group with no horse ...